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Bruce Jenner says ex-wife Kris Jenner's 'love and acceptance' have eased his gender transition

Kris and Bruce Jenner at the Vogue Magazine

Kris and Bruce Jenner at the Vogue Magazine dinner celebrating the launch of the Vera Wang store on Melrose in West Hollywood, California, on March 2, 2010. Photo Credit: AP / Matt Sayles

Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner says the love and support of his ex-wife Kris Jenner has greatly eased his ongoing transition to womanhood. "Kris is a really good woman and I love her to death," Jenner, 65, says in a promotional clip for Sunday's "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."

"And the love and acceptance I have gotten from Kris is absolutely overwhelming," he adds of the Kardashian matriarch, to whom he was married from April 1991 until this past March, and with whom he has two children.

Kris Jenner, 59, says in the clip, "We had so much in common that it was kind of a match made in heaven. We went to races. We played golf. We went snow skiing. I mean, there wasn't anything we didn't do. And we could not keep our hands off each other."

Bruce Jenner has not requested that a new name or female pronoun be used at this point in his transition.

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